Summer School 2019: Change Matters
Hillscourt Hotel and Venue, Rose Hill, Rednal, Birmingham B45 8RS
Monday 22nd July – Thursday 25th July 2019
Hillscourt is a delightful venue set in 25 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens. The Victorian house dates back to 1897 and retains many of its original features. It is located in leafy South Birmingham, near to Bromsgrove, Worcestershire and close to the Lickey Hills.
The venue is easily accessible by road being a 5 minute drive from the M5 Junction 4 and 5 minutes from the M42 Junction 1. The nearest station is at Longbridge and the nearest airport is Birmingham International Airport.
There is ample free parking available.
The summer school begins at 2.00pm on Monday 22nd July, and ends after afternoon tea on Thursday 25th July 2019.
All bedrooms are to be vacated by 9.30am on the Thursday morning.
All bedrooms are double ensuite.
Full board, course fee, accommodation £570
International students £595
Non resident day delegate and course fee £360
This includes dinner and workshops in the evenings.
The course fee does not include lunch on Monday.
If you are making a long journey, bed and breakfast for Sunday and/or Thursday night can be arranged by booking directly with the centre. This also applies to partners who wish to stay at the centre.
Those receiving in-service grants from colleges should send the Textile Study Group the course fee and claim back a refund from their college.
Booking, payment and cancellation information is on the accompanying booking form.
The booking form is available in PDF format to download and print. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the PDF file – you probably have it already so try downloading first. If the PDF doesn’t download you may need to obtain the Reader free from Adobe’s website.
Terms and Conditions
The booking form includes important Terms and Conditions in line with our liabilities to the centre. Please ensure you read these carefully.
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